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History of Celebration for the Nations

Celebration for the Nations started in Wales. The Lord told us to sing to unblock the wells that our forefathers dug.

The 1904 Welsh Revival was the first one since Pentecost to go to so many nations. It affected many parts of Europe and Russia and fed into what happened in Asuza Street, USA, as well as impacting Korea, India, China and Japan.

The First World War, saw revived nations fighting each other just ten years later. The Japanese invasion of Korea did the same thing. Spiritually Wales, England, France, North Korea, and many other parts of the world touched by this move, have become blocked up wells. The bones of believers are scattered, their dreams unfulfilled. Yet, like Abel, by faith they still speak, even though they have died.

We worshipped in Wales every summer for seven years, 2007 to 2013. At the same time we began to have 'Spring Celebrations' in various places, especially South Korea.

In 2014 &15 we held our main Celebration for the Nations in South Korea. 2015 was the 70th anniversary of the initial partitioning of Korea, North and South, and there was much prayer for reunification.

2016 and 2017 are taking us to the place of the first outpouring of the Holy Spirit, the land of Israel itself.

Each year people are saved, healed, revived, called, and yet we are pressing in for more. We want to see the Kingdom of God come in a way that does not just affect a few, but changes society. We long for revival!